reply to post by seabag
i'm not twisting anything.
there is NO Constitutional protection of ANY marriages
of any kind.
it IS a religious matter.
the State was dragged into the matter via divorce, property rights, licensing and age barriers.
otherwise, it is only a religious matter.
Constitutionally, the specific matter is unaddressed, hence, it is the power of the people.
especially, if it is to remain a religious matter.
no State ruling should apply, period.
by limiting my rights based on your religious doctrine and ruling IS "forcing religion on me".
why would you reference the 1st when i specifically quoted the 10th ??
besides, the 1st places LIMITS UPON CONGRESS or did you skip that part ??
the 10th clarifies my position ... powers not delegated belong to the people.
yes, the ppl of NC voted, but that doesn't make it right.
It does intentionally infringe on the rights of multiple groups of people who can claim discrimination and have the law summarily repealed or
ps ... the vote doesn't effect me directly, i have nothing to "suck up" but thanks for revealing yourself.